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Target Circle: Motorola MB8600 Ultra-Fast DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem EXPIRED

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Target offers its Target Circle Members (free to join): Motorola MB8600 Ultra-Fast DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem for $134.99 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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Deal Instructions:
  1. Log in to your Target Circle account.
  2. Save the 10% off one Electronics or Video Game item
  3. Limit one coupon/offer per guest
  4. Go to Motorola MB8600 Ultra-Fast DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem
  5. Add item to cart
  6. Proceed to checkout
  7. The price should be $134.99 after the 10% off coupon, shipping is free.
Features:
  • MB8600 is a DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem certified by Comcast XFINITY, Comcast Business, Cox Communications, Spectrum and more
  • Supports ultrafast DOCSIS 3.1, the only cable modem standard that can deliver Internet speeds of 1Gbps or higher. MB8600 also has 32x8 support for the fastest possible speeds using the DOCSIS
  • For simultaneous Internet access to many devices, plug in any router

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    • Our research indicates that this offer is $15 lower (10% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $149.99.
  • About this product:
    • 2-year warranty.
    • Rating of 4.6 from over 4,800 Amazon customer reviews.
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    • Details of Targets return policy can be found here.
    • Circle discount valid until 3/13
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Pice is $149.99 before discount.
Make sure to click and apply 10% discount before adding to cart.
Red card users can take another 5% off
Best deal on this modem in awhile.

https://www.target.com/p/motorola...lsrc=aw.ds
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It's a modem.
It's not a router.
One ethernet port is completely acceptable.
There is no WiFi emitted.

It is used to connect a separate router, which can then have multiple devices attached.
This can include connecting a switch or hub to provide even more ethernet ports.
The router provides WiFi signal, not the modem.
This modem actually does have additional ethernet ports hidden under a plastic cover, although they're hidden for a reason, and can only be used in special cases.

https://motorolamentor.zendesk.co...her-ports-

https://motorolamentor.zendesk.co...ne-device-
Correct I did not pay close enough attention. I thought it was an all in one. TY!

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Of course it has to go on sale now. Waited second half of last year to have this or the Netgear at Costco or the Arris one go on sale but none of them went on sale. Modem died on 12/31 and ended up getting this one locally. Great modem. Haven't had to reboot once since owning it for three months now. Just sucks that I paid full price...
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I have to buy one of these as soon as possible as I put in an order to switch to Gig service and don't want to rent a modem. I like Costco return policy and as of last night I planned to purchase the Netgear model for $150. It seems to go on sale a lot and figured they would credit you the difference. I have redcard so I can get this one for $138.50 - any reason to still spend a few extra bucks and get the Netgear? Sorry, being lazy and asking the community rather than looking up reviews etc.
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Anyone knows if this works with Optimum service (used to be called Cablevision) in NJ? TIA.
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Quote from chrischriswalters :
This particular unit only has one ethernet port. Which would make it difficult if you wanted to hardwire anything like a gaming console. So if your only using it based off wifi then this seems like a good deal.
It's a modem.
It's not a router.
One ethernet port is completely acceptable.
There is no WiFi emitted.

It is used to connect a separate router, which can then have multiple devices attached.
This can include connecting a switch or hub to provide even more ethernet ports.
The router provides WiFi signal, not the modem.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . |--Wireless signal aka WiFi--|--devices
|--Modem--|--Router--|
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . |--Wired--|--at least 4 devices, more by extending with switch or hub
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Quote from jockovonred :
It's a modem.
It's not a router.
One ethernet port is completely acceptable.
There is no WiFi emitted.

It is used to connect a separate router, which can then have multiple devices attached.
This can include connecting a switch or hub to provide even more ethernet ports.
The router provides WiFi signal, not the modem.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . |--Wireless signal aka WiFi--|--devices
|--Modem--|--Router--|
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . |--Wired--|--at least 4 devices, more by extending with switch or hub
Correct I did not pay close enough attention. I thought it was an all in one. TY!
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Quote from Mydiscover :
Just return and rebuy
looks like its $149 everywhere now.
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Quote from troublekid :
Make sure to click and apply 10% discount before adding to cart.
OP, how many times can we use that 10% off coupon?

the term said " Valid one-time use in store only."

but thats wrong when its listed for online too. so i am not sure if its a 1 time use per account or not.
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This modem actually does have additional ethernet ports hidden under a plastic cover, although they're hidden for a reason, and can only be used in special cases.

https://motorolamentor.zendesk.co...her-ports-

https://motorolamentor.zendesk.co...ne-device-
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FYI, not accepted by cox business services. I learned the hard way. Good price though. It's nice to see the 3.1 modems prices coming down.
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Anyone knows if this works with Optimum service (used to be called Cablevision) in NJ? TIA.
You can check on your ISP's website for approved modems.
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